=== his is now known as hiss
=== __zxq9__ is now known as _zxq9_
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> Python should be installed automatically.02:21
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> You can also install Anaconda.02:21
IrcsomeBot<Sam Eaton - Isegoria> how to get members of the chat?05:24
IrcsomeBot<bauchhaus> @DarinMiller, From my experience Anaconda is very useful on Win and Mac, but for linux it can create more problems than it solves.05:49
BluesKajHiyas all11:04
=== Lord_of_Life_ is now known as Lord_of_Life
=== hydra is now known as Guest99596
IrcsomeBotAnkushgandhi was added by: Ankushgandhi11:49
IrcsomeBot<Ankushgandhi> Fwd from Ankushgandhi: how to check read/write speed of my nvme ssd11:49
IrcsomeBot<Ankushgandhi> Fwd from Ankushgandhi: I am getting copying soeed less than 400 mbps11:49
IrcsomeBot<Ankushgandhi> Fwd from Ankushgandhi: In windows i will got more tgan 2gbps11:49
=== elementalx is now known as elementalx_
=== elementalx_ is now known as g3tmask
IrcsomeBot<Ankushgandhi> @Ankushgandhi, ??14:01
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> @Ankushgandhi, This website details drive speed measurement: https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/howto-linux-unix-test-disk-performance-with-dd-command/#:~:text=Use%20dd%20command%20to%20monitor,zero%20of%3D%2Ftmp%2Ftest1.14:36
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> If you are using dolphin to copy on an older versions of Kubuntu, you will see much slower throughput.  To realize full speed, use the rsync command or the latest version of Kubuntu.14:37
granularServicehello, i would like to know how to adjust time interval between double click via touchpad on kubuntu 19.10. I always find it difficult to select text on webpages.15:11
memphistoHi. I'm running kubutu 20.04 (Recently upgraded from 18.04) and have error while running Clementine :Your GStreamer installation is missing a plug-in.15:39
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> @granularService, Looks like double click timing needs to be added by KDE, but unfortunately has not been added yet.  I have manually configured libinput in the past, so you may be able to do the same.  General libinput documentation can be found here: https://wayland.freedesktop.org/libinput/doc/latest/configuration.html15:44
=== seungho is now known as pygeek
pygeekwow so many people here15:46
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> @memphisto, I am trying to recall the fix for clementine but am currently "blanking".  Did you try re-installing it?15:48
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> do you have good, bad and ugly?15:51
oerheksgstreamer1.0-plugins-ugly ?15:53
IrcsomeBot<Cracking up…> which firewall are you guys using?15:55
oerheksmost likely the standard iptables tool UFW15:57
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> just using the default firewall here (UFW) with no special config.15:57
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> @Cracking up…, iptables15:57
IrcsomeBot<Cracking up…> i dont have any firewall app pre-installed do i need to install from software manager15:59
oerheks!info ufw-kde16:00
ubottuPackage ufw-kde does not exist in focal16:00
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> you might try gufw... I have no experience with it, so I cannot advise.16:04
oerheksi use gufw on gnome, not sure what it pull into kde16:05
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> I just installed it and install was very "light".16:06
oerheksfor basic services,  sudo ufw allow ssh #  will do16:06
BluesKajjust ufw on kde/plasama16:06
BluesKajplasma even :-)16:06
oerheksto see all services; less /etc/services16:07
munishbansalhello friend16:19
IrcsomeBot<Cracking up…> thanks for your suggestions16:28
=== rakesh4545 is now known as redcat
IrcsomeBot<ddogukan> Hello again, sorry my too much questions. I've upgrade my kubuntu to 20.04. Opening hotspot but there is no password I can put. I am making settings, you know wifi password17:54
IrcsomeBot<ddogukan> Wifi security tab, WPA 2 personal and again there is no password again17:55
IrcsomeBot<ddogukan> I've searched but couldn't a problem like that17:55
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> (Photo, 563x667) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/2U0i1fPw/file_31382.jpg Open the Network Connection, select the Wired Ethernet Connection, then click the settings button in the lower left, and you should see something like this:18:07
oerhekscheck you kwallet, is the wifi password already stored there?18:09
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> I think he wanted to password protect his hotspot but I could be wrong...18:12
oerheksafter upgrading, opening hotspot. ..18:12
IrcsomeBot<ddogukan> @DarinMiller, I wanted to that. I've opened password but there is no password protection18:20
IrcsomeBot<ddogukan> I've opened hotspot**18:20
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> Specify a hotspot password that's at least 8 characters long.18:24
IrcsomeBot<ddogukan> @DarinMiller, I did that but when I wanted to connect hotspot from my phone, I see again that there is no password protection.18:53
IrcsomeBot<ddogukan> @DarinMiller, It's more than 8 characters18:54
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> Hmmm, it's working fine here.  Maybe ensure to disconnect the hotspot and create a fresh one?18:55
IrcsomeBot<ddogukan> Okay I'll do18:55
IrcsomeBot<ddogukan> Hey Darin18:56
IrcsomeBot<ddogukan> You are the best man, my hero18:56
IrcsomeBot<ddogukan> Thank you18:56
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> np :)18:56
IrcsomeBotiasdarshan was added by: iasdarshan18:57
oerheks!cookie | DarinMiller19:02
ubottuDarinMiller: Wow! You're such a great helper, you deserve a cookie!19:02
IrcsomeBot* DarinMiller likes cookies. :)19:02
=== Arthur_D2 is now known as Arthur_D
IrcsomeBotEscuridão Preto was added by: Escuridão Preto19:45
=== mohammad is now known as Guest7036
donbucheHi there! I would like to know if is possible to run Kubuntu 20.04 64bits on Raspberry Pi 4. Anyone knows?20:32
oerheksseen people try, KDE is too heavy20:33
donbucheDoh! ok, thank U for the feeback!20:34
oerheksXubuntu or Mate are populair20:35
donbucheI know, I know... I've used them for a while... but I fell in love with Kubuntu 20.04... ^_^20:36
donbucheJust I've watched a guy in Youtube that ran Kubuntu on Rpi4, but he says is a 32Bit version... So I think is not Kubuntu 20.04: it is Kubuntu 18.04 (the only 32bit version I've found.)20:38
oerhekswell, give it a try, tweak it down20:38
donbucheI was looking for the 20.04 but I will try the 18.04, hoping it boot.20:41
donbucheThank U so much for the help !20:41
mparilloI would not be so quick to assume XFCE is lighter than KDE. LXDE yes, LXQt, some, but XFCE is a much closer call.21:07
IrcsomeBot<Enis B.> Speaking of xfce or other desktops like Gnome, I don't know if it's me but I find them unusable on a 4k or 5k screen. KDE is the only one allowing me to set the scaling to something like 130%. Couldn't find a similar setting in xfce or gnome.21:29
=== Lord_of_Life_ is now known as Lord_of_Life

Generated by irclog2html.py 2.7 by Marius Gedminas - find it at mg.pov.lt!